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Sedici Avventura WP Women’s Gloves Review: Best Bang for Buck?

As a female rider searching for a solid pair of waterproof gloves, I decided to test out the affordable Cedici Aventuras. But are these sub-$100 gloves actually waterproof and protective enough for real-world riding?

I have the answers after taking them out in heavy rain and varied conditions. But, the main question I will answer in this review will be: Are these the best waterproof motorcycle gloves for you?

Read on to see if these gloves stood up to their claims or left my hands soaked on wet rides.

Sedici Avventura WP Women’s Gloves Review


Key Takeaways

  • Affordable waterproof option
  • Good value protective features
  • It is decent overall but runs hot

Sedici Avventura WP Women’s Gloves – The Verdict

For all-around protective gloves under $100, the Cedici Aventura waterproof women’s gloves hit a sweet spot.

They’re ideal for commuting and touring riders who want occasional weather protection without breaking the bank. Just don’t expect premium features and ventilation at this price point.

I gave the Aventuras 4 out of 5 stars in my review. If you ride in warmer weather, sizing up or wearing summer gloves is recommended.

Overall though, these affordable gloves offer good functionality for daily use in varying conditions.

Alternatives to Consider

Alpinestars SPX V2 GlovesFull goatskin construction, carbon fiber knuckles, TPU sliders
Held Sambia 2-in-1 Evo GTX Gloves2-in-1 design with removable waterproof inner glove, Primaloft insulation for warmth
Sedici Lucca Women’s GlovesAbrasion-resistant goatskin leather and textile materials, reinforced palm
Alpinestars Stella SMX-1 Air V2 GlovesPerforated leather with mesh for ventilation, injected TPU knuckles, touchscreen-compatible
Bilt Spirit 3 Women’s GlovesLightweight and flexible for comfort, Clarino palm material, touchscreen compatible fingertips

The Cedici Aventura gloves have a waterproof Hydramembrane liner, while the Held and Alpinestars SPX gloves focus more on insulation and abrasion protection.

The Sedici Luccas offer rugged leather construction at a lower price point compared to other options. For maximum airflow, the Alpinestars SMX-1 glove uses perforations and mesh.

A Quick Overview

The Cedici Aventura gloves provide waterproof protection for riding in the rain. They use a combination of stretch panels and goatskin leather for flexibility, while the gauntlet-style cuff keeps water out.

Other features include:

  • Touchscreen-compatible fingertips
  • TPR knuckle armor
  • Double-layer palm
  • Crashpads
  • Reflective details

These gloves cater to female riders and cost around $60.

Sizing and Fit

I normally wear gloves that are an extra small size. After checking the size chart, I ordered an XS, and the fit was spot on.

The Aventuras have two velcro wrist closures for a snug, adjustable fit. The stretch panels and articulated fingers offer great mobility, too.

Overall, the size chart is accurate. Order your usual glove size.

Sizing Chart


Construction and Materials

Cedici uses a mix of materials on these gloves:

  • Goatskin leather – On high abrasion areas like the palm and outer fingers
  • Stretch fabric – On the backhand and finger backs
  • TPU armor – Over the knuckles
  • Foam reinforcements – On the wrist and heel of the palm

The combination results in a glove that resists abrasion while remaining flexible for comfort.

The waterproof yet breathable Hydramembrane liner also keeps hands dry without getting overly hot.

Features and Protection

Waterproof and Breathable Membrane

The Hydramembrane liner blocks moisture from the outside while allowing sweat vapor to escape. It works decently well, although very warm summer riding can still cause some interior fogging.

Reflective Piping

Reflective piping on the fingers and backhand improves visibility at night.

Double Layer Palm

Extra leather on the grip area protects against abrasion from the handlebars.

Knuckle Armor

The thermoplastic (TPU) knuckle protector absorbs and disperses impact through the fingers. It’s fairly flexible, too.

Crash Pads

Foam padding on the heel and side of the palm cushions during slides.

Touchscreen-Compatible Fingertips

You can use touchscreens without removing the gloves. This worked flawlessly for me.

Pro & Con’s


  • Good protection for the price
  • Waterproof and breathable liner
  • Touchscreen-compatible
  • Adjustable wrist closure
  • Reflective details


  • Runs hot in very warm weather
  • It is not as protective as premium track gloves

Have you tried the Cedici Aventura gloves or a similar pair? Share your thoughts below!

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